In the morning, a barn swallow.
A ringed kingfisher, in the same tree as yesterday.
Two red-and-green macaws.
A scaled pigeon. A lineated woodpecker. A palm swift.
A blue-throated piping guan in a treetop.
A green aracari in a tree.
Two swallow-winged puffbirds on leafless branches.
A bare-necked fruit crow.
On the airstrip, capybara droppings and footprints.
A piratic flycatcher. It is named from stealing nesting material from other birds’ nests.
A red-throated caracara.
The sound of a russet crowned-crake.
Then, brown-throated parakeets.
A swallow-tailed kite.
This video says about itself:
Note: This video has some loud wind noise.
One of a pair of swallow-tailed kites circling above our “post office pond.”
A great black hawk, A black caracara.
A fork-tailed woodnymph hummingbird.
A morpho butterfly flying over a tributary of the Zuidrivier.
At 16:00, again by boat on the Zuidrivier. Today, upstream.
A white-necked heron.
In the trees, a mixed group of squirrel monkeys and brown capuchin monkeys.
White-banded swallows over the water.
A paradise jacamar in a tree with hummingbirds.
A plumbeous kite.
A white hawk.
The boat turns back.
This video is called Capped Heron, Garza Crestada (Pilherodius pileatus).
On the right bank, a capped heron standing on a tree which has fallen into the river. Suddenly, a big bird flies about two meters above the heron. It is an osprey with a fish in its claws.
An Amazon kingfisher. A white-throated piping guan.
In the evening, a tarantula in the toilet. More about those spiders: here. A bat in a dormitory. A cane toad close to the building. Everywhere, the sound of many frogs. After our team, a team of amphibian specialists will stay here. There is much for them to discover here.
Jacamars in Ecuador: here.